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Dave Scribner
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Thanks, Michael. I was guessing at the DVD, as I hadn't seen them myself. I have several of the IMS videos, and I agree they aren't the best. Very highly priced for what you get in my opinion.

Bill, guess Christopher's question comes back to you as to where he gets the Dimmare video of his dove act.
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I don't think Dimmare ever released a video of his dove act, explanation-wise anyway. The DVD Bill and I were referring to is the one linked to, and in which I described, earlier.
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Michael, the only link is the one I provided, and you said that was not a video of the dove act. This is what Bill said in an earlier post, which lead me to believe there is a DVD of Dimmare's act.

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I do know that it was known as "Gun Blue", but when I watched the DVD of of James Dimmare he called it "Gun Black" so I was using his terminology.
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Right, I think Bill's referring to the IMS video, where he discusses bluing the wire along with Channing's steals. I don't recall Dimmare releasing any other video, but maybe I'm confused. I've been wrong before! Smile
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You're probably not confused. This topic has gone back and forth between several subjects. I've never seen a dove DVD by Dimmare. Wish I had.
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I have answered many requests about the video. It is a video from International Magicians Society. It is a great video. No it is not a video of his act, only Channing Pollock's wonderful methods of producing doves. The one video is sold for $37.50, and also has the Long Salt Pour by Kozak.

These 2 offerings on video are well worth the price asked. Dimmare does demonstrate the handling and you can see it is workable material. My only regret is that I did not have this information when I was developing my dove productions.
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I never expected Dimmare to have a video out on dove magic, nor of actually explaining his act. I don't think that would ever happen. But anything that man has to share on doves is something I want to hear.
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